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Reviewed today via mobile

Totally worth walking here if you are interested in cheap fake goods ! We were delighted we ended up visiting as we got loads of items at a bargain price!! Feels quite manic when you are there as it’s very busy but worth it

Thank rachelh3826
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Reviewed yesterday

well unless you are really interested in an item don't query a price because once you start a negotiation and walk away they start screaming at you. it was quite amusing to me but my daughter who lives there got quite angry with me!! She said that is wasn't doing the market properly but surely not everyone who goes there lives. there. Also when you get off the bus cross the road towards H M store. Past the street food vendors is a pizza piece place. You can buy a portion and a glass of wine or beer reasonable for HK. A lot of the stuff is rubbish but some vendors have decent stuff in the back you need to ask..

Thank GrandTour28193694766
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

We came around 10pm on a Monday night and there was a dearth of shoppers. This allowed us to easily walk around and not keep bumping into other people. We visited a number of different stalls to compare product quality, variety and prices without much sales pressure.

Many stalls carry the same items (knockoffs, shirts, watches, toys, etc) so you need to ask to see the product and inspect closely to ensure its what you want. Mentally set your target price of what you feel is fair and just walk away if the seller is not working with you. There will be many more sellers but if your price is too low don’t be upset if you end up with nothing.

TA listed the Market was open until 12am but some vendors were already starting to pack up. This worked out to our advantage as we were able to secure a 50HKD price reduction in less than one minute of haggling. We even received an additional discount for buying multiples.

2  Thank wireless_in_CA
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Reviewed 3 days ago

The Ladies Market opens about 2pm. You need a new case, charger and cable for your mobile phone, a Calvin Klein backpack cheap (to die for), a Madonna bra maybe, toys, some Hello Kitty nightgowns and more.A new Spiderman outfit too, Go now.

Refuel at the palatial Starbucks nearby.

Thank Peter W
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Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

ith over 100 stalls of bargain clothing, accessories and souvenirs, the Ladies’ Market on Tung Choi Street provides a one-kilometre stretch on which to practise your haggling skill. Don't be frightened at getting a much smaller amount than they ask for and go down. If they go up say you offered 5$ they say 8 you say 4 go down.
It's called ladies market because ladies clothing was the majority of goods. From knickers to dresses, handbags to jewellery.
It is true most are copies . Buy after feeling them. If your happy negotiations are needed BUT swooping is common. They show you a good handbag then switch for a cheaper one into a bag and give it you. Hold onto the one you like and it's a bargain.

2  Thank A3303XQpaulh
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Reviewed 5 days ago

If you aren't a massive fan of markets and haggling and plan to do only one night market in HK, I'd recommend this over Temple Street Night Market - this is 3 times the size and has a lot more on offer. Most stalls don't have prices so be prepared to haggle - also, if you agree on a price and then walk away, this is considered the height of rudeness and the stall-holders may walk after you.

Thank neilhassall
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Reviewed 1 week ago

If you like to be pushed around, this is the right place. There are so many stalls that at one point you have seen one you have seen them all. You have to haggle with the vendors to get a decent price. The vendors are fairly aggressive. Not a bad place but be careful.

1  Thank gincar2016
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

If you’re looking for a place to walk around and buy some good gifts this is the place. They have some practical gifts, some unique gifts, and even all the stereotypical gifts that anyone could want to look for. Also found a great Indian place that we ate at twice in our four days in Hong Kong.

Thank dash2701
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We returned to ladies market twice in the four days we were in Hong Kong. It's a great place to "haggle" and more often than not if you walk away the sellers will come after you, shouting a cheaper price!

Thank Safari821315
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

What a disappointment. It’s a small street market and we would not describe it as ‘massive’. Low grade, poor quality tourist tat ranging from cheap plastic toys, poor quality t shirts and the inevitable fake designer bags and purses.

Thank Cantium
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